The Patiala Pavilion at the CCI is named after Maharaja Bhupinder Singh, one of the club’s important founding members.

We envision the pavilion as a space of stately elegance and historical relevance to the members of the club, with a clear reference to the building’s art deco architecture and the patron’s individualistic character, keeping the link to cricket as a game and an experience at heart.

We propose to retain and reintroduce original features and introduce elements and furniture relevant to the character of the Patiala Pavilion as a part of one of the outstanding examples of 1930’s architecture in Bombay – the CCI.

CCI Patiala Pavilion